Lineup announced for 2018 spring CRSSD Festival
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CRSSD Festival, San Diego’s two-day, biannual dance music event has announced the lineup for its 2018 spring edition. In just a few short months, artists including Empire of the Sun, Gorgon City, Sasha, Cirez D, Jai Wolf and Shiba San will be giving their headlining performances when the festival returns to Waterfront Park in San Diego on March 3-4.

Tuesday’s lineup announcement for the Festival’s seventh overall running also included a handful of artists who will deliver both live and DJ sets when fans flock to the waterfront park this spring. Bonobo will be giving a rare live set, in addition to scheduled performances from Little Dragon, Gryffin, SNBRN and special guest Tchami. The City Steps performance area will also feature “some of techno’s best known producers,” including Cirez D (AKA Eric Prydz), Nicole Moudaber, along with 2018 Grammy nominee Camelphat and Charlotte De Witte to name a few.

CRSSD Festival’s return to San Diego should make for a perfect winter getaway for many dance and electronic music fans desperately looking for some warmer pastures. Whether it be techno or more house-based electronic styles, the two-day event continues to build itself as a staple in the west coast festival scene since starting back in the spring of 2015. CRSSD Festival will also provide fans looking for a break from reality with plenty of craft beer for staying cool, gourmet food vendors from some of San Diego’s tastiest restaurants and “a full mixology program,” for those looking to live that bad and boujee life with their adult beverages.

Arguably the biggest name on the festival poster, Empire of the Sun returned with their third studio album last fall with Two Vines. The Australian electro-rock band spent much of the past year touring around the country in promotion of the new release, which included headlining performances at New York’s Terminal 5 and Coachella back in the spring.

For more information about the spring festival, in addition to a full lineup and ticketing options, fans can click here.